STONEBORO, Pa. - The Great Stoneboro Fair is taking place this holiday weekend in Mercer County.
Organizers call it a family tradition that's been going on for 146 years. This years's event is highlighted by a performance by country musician Sammy Kershaw on Sunday at 8 p.m. at the grandstand.
Tommy Peterson's Hell Drivers stunt show entertains grandstand crowds at 7 p.m. on Saturday with feats of daring on four, or fewer wheels.
Cowboys show off their skills at 6 p.m. on Monday as they mount up for Dave Martin's Bull Ride Mania.
Performing for several shows each day of the fair's run, Team Extreme motorcycle daredevils show off their skill on two wheels.
The Grandpa Cratchet puppet show entertains kids young and old on the fairground's center field throughout the weekend.
Of course, there's lots of food, rides and agricultural exhibits as well.
Admission to the fair is $10 which includes parking, admission, rides, harness racing and grandstand shows. Children under two years old are admitted for free.
The fairgrounds are located on Rt. 62. Take exit 121 or 130 from Rt. I-79, or take exit 24 from Rt. I-80.
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